I have an email sign up form on my music website that has an optional ZIP Code field. I built a small web app that accepts a CSV file and outputs the ZIP codes, or any other address data, on a Google map with markers for each subscriber.
The audio element is a fantastic part of HTML 5 that give you a ton of control over the UI and functionality of media on a page. However, it is far too easy to open up Dev Tools, find the absolute file path to a media file on a server and download it for free.
I’ve been keeping a Bullet Journal for a few years now, but I’ve been rather inconsistent about using it. This year, I want to be more intentional about using my Bullet Journal on a daily basis.
I got a Misfit Shine last year for Christmas and I’ve been meaning to build some sort of dashboard on the site to track my daily fitness data. Well, almost a year later I got around to it and I’m pretty happy with the result.
A little over a year ago, I wrote a post about switching from WordPress to Jekyll and what seemed like a manageable transition that would give me experience with a new platform turned into a roadblock for writing content.